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This page contains detailed information on the profile and career of Martin Caceres, Juventus defender

Career

  • Season Team Category goals
    2013/14 Juventus A 17/-
    2012/13 Juventus A 18/1
    Jan 2012 Juventus A 11/1
    2011/Jan 2012 Siviglia A 14/1
    2010/11 Siviglia A 25/1
    2009/10 Juventus A 15/1
    2008/09 Barcelona A 13/-
    2007/08 Recreativo Huelva A 34/2
    2006/07 Defensor Sporting A 24/4
    2005/06 Defensor Sporting A 2/-
  • Year of achievement Team National European
    2013/14 Juventus 2/1 11/-
    2012/13 Juventus 2/- 2/-
    Jan 2012 Juventus 3/2 -/-
    2011/Jan 2012 Siviglia 4/- -/-
    2010/11 Siviglia 5/- 7/-
    2009/10 Juventus 1/- 5/-
    2008/09 Barcelona 7/- 3/-
    2007/08 Recreativo Huelva 2/1 -/-
    2006/07 Defensor Sporting -/- -/-
    2005/06 Defensor Sporting -/- -/-
  • Competition Season
    Italian Championship 2013/2014
    Italian Super Cup 2013
    Italian Championship 2012/2013
    Italian Super Cup 2012
    Italian Championship 2011/2012
    Champions League 2008/2009
    Spanish Championship 2008/2009
    Copa del Rey 2008/2009    

Martin Caceres

Martin Caceres announced his arrival in Turin by silencing the Stadio Olimpico with a debut goal against Lazio in September 2009, and he has continued to impress ever since his return to the Bianconeri in Janurary 2012.

The versatile Uruguayan, who can operate anywhere across defence, began his football career in his homeland with Defensor Sporting.

Following a move to Villarreal, his performances on loan at Recreativo attracted the attentions of European giants Barcelona, who swooped to bring the talented youngster to the Nou Camp.

His intervening time at Juve was followed by a spell at Sevilla, before the Bianconeri came calling to return Martin to his rightful home. The defender also found the target on his second debut, this time notching a sensational double to topple Milan 2-1 at the San Siro.

The Uruguayan has made over 80 appearances in two separate spells with the Old Lady and continues to be an important member of the side that has won three consecutive Scudetto titles.

On the international scene, Caceres was part of the Uruguay squad that reached the World Cup semi-finals in 2010, and also figured in La Celeste’s victorious Copa America run a year later. He was a prominent fixture in his side’s last-16 run at the FIFA World Cup, eliminating both England and Italy along the way.